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So for today’s post, I really wanted to share with you how I create my wing line. I receive so many compliments on my wing lines that they look so sharp, black and even all day long. I’ve been following these tips for years, these tips are my method to create the perfect wing line, it’s not an “official” way to create a wing line but it has worked very well for me: it has helped me make my wing look sharper, more even [on both eyes], blacker and more long-lasting.
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1- Eye Makeup first
My first tip to achieve the perfect wing line is to start with your eye makeup first because you’ll have the possibility to remove everything and start from the top in case you do a mistake or you mess up.
2- Start with the tail
My second tip to achieve the perfect wing line is to start by drawing the line of the wing line on both eyes. Like this, you can make sure that the wing lines from both eyes are even. When I draw this line, I usually take as reference my brow, it helps me know how winged I want my wing line to be.
After drawing that one line, you can draw the whole wing line, connecting it to your lash line.
4- Fill in + Fix
After outlining your wing line, you can now fill it in with your black liner and fix it with your concealer [if you need fixing]. To fix my wing line, I like to use a Q-tip and some liquid concealer to be more precise. If you don’t want to use concealer, you can easily use a makeup remover to fix it cause if you have followed my first tip then you won’t be messing up you face makeup.
In order for my wing line to look very black and to last longer, I “set” it with a black eyeshadow. So just when you’re done drawing your wing line, go over it with a black eyeshadow and you’ll have the perfect cat eye!!!
The Liquid Liner
To create my wing line, I find it easier to use a gel liner and a small angled brush rather than a liquid eye liner. The one I am currently using is the “Lasting Gel Eyeliner” by Kiko Milano. Of course, the product itself plays an important role in a achieving a good wing line, so make sure to pick up a really good liquid liner, one that doesn’t dry too quickly and breaks and one that is really black.
I heard really good stuff about the Tattoo Liner by Kat Von D and Tarteist Liner by Tarte.
That’s it for today. Let me know what you think of this method and if you have a method of your own. I hope you enjoyed reading and if you did, don’t forget to give this post a ‘like’ and to follow my blog.